HMD Global, the company that currently owns the brand Nokia, unveiled three new mobile phones during just opened MWC 2017 in Barcelona. Here’s brief information about all of them:
- Nokia 3310 – the successor of the legendary mobile phone was the most anticipated device of the event. Not a lot of specs were revealed but some of it is quite interesting. New Nokia 3310 will work 22 hours in speaking mode and support 2 SIM-cards. The design became very modern and suitable for youngsters. The sales of new Nokia 3310 will start in Q2 of 2017 for 49 euros;
- Nokia 3 – a budget smartphone for $147. The body is made of plastic in a metal frame. This will be the most affordable smartphone in the Nokia line-up. Some of the specs include 5-inch display, 2GB RAM, 16 GB internal memory, 13 MP main camera, and so on;
- Nokia 5 – another affordable option with more innovations, like a fingerprint sensor under the display. The display itself has a 5.2-inch diagonal and HD resolution. Other specs are pretty much similar to Nokia 3.
Both smartphones run on Android Nougat and support Google Voice Assistant.
Apart from that, Nokia launched the worldwide sales of Nokia 6 after releasing a new version of this smartphone in a glass body. The device will cost $299.